Ever thought about becoming a teacher? The University of New Hampshire is recruiting individuals interested in teaching in rural NH schools with a background in math or science but who do not yet have ateaching credential for the new Teacher Residency for Rural Education Program (TRRE).
Justin Benna, PhD student in Education has been invited to participate in the 37thAnnual David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in K-12 Educational Administration and Policy by the University Council for Education Administration.
When it comes to campus traditions, there are few more familiar than the songs that toll from the Thompson Hall tower every morning at 11. Listen for a moment and you might hear a familiar tune — the theme from “Harry Potter,” perhaps, or, during the holiday season, a Christmas carol.
The first thing you notice is the swirl of vibrant colors — red, orange, blue, green — and the larger-than-life figures, both in their design and significance to UNH, chosen to visually mark the university’s 150-year history.
by John Lannamann, associate professor of communication
We received the sad news that our former colleague and good friend John Shotter died at his home in Whittlesford, England. John came to the Communication Department in 1991 and served as chair of the department from 1999 until 2001. He retired from UNH in 2004.
uSafeUS, a mobile app that share resources to help survivors of sexual assault and their allies, won third place in the statewide NH Social Venture Challenge. The team received a cash prize of $2,500, as well as an additional $2,500 anonymous donation.